Beverly Hills Brain Injury Attorney
Get Legal Insight From Our Knowledgeable Beverly Hills Brain Injury Attorneys on How Traumatic Brain Injuries are HandledA traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one of the most serious injuries anyone can possibly suffer. Most of these unfortunate injuries are caused by aggressive blows to the head, which can severely disrupt otherwise healthy brain functioning. Traumatic brain injuries have the potential to change everything about a victim’s life. Victims typically require costly surgeries, daily physical therapy, and even 24/7 medical care and supervision. Further complicating matters is the reality that many brain injury victims don’t have the financial resources to afford such costly medical care. Whether your TBI was caused by a fall due to negligent property management, after a car accident that was caused by a drunk driver, or due to physical assault, please know that the team of brain injury attorneys at West Coast Trial Lawyers is here to help. Our experienced Beverly Hills brain injury attorneys have won over 5,000 cases and recovered more than $1 billion in settlements for our clients. Due to our achievements, we have been ranked as one of the top personal injury law firms in Beverly Hills. Please don’t hesitate to contact our 24/7 legal team by calling (310) 919-5962 or emailing [email protected] to schedule a free consultation at our Beverly Hills personal injury law firm. Traumatic Brain Injuries and California Legislation
- Cal. Penal Code §13515.36 (2010 SB 1296): The Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training is required to provide appropriate training for any peace officers, returning veterans or any other individuals suffering from traumatic brain injury or post-traumatic stress disorder.
- Cal. Education Code §49475 (2011 AB-25): Any school districts that offer sports are required to remove athletes from physical activity when they are likely to have suffered a concussion or head injury. Athletes who have been removed from participating in physical activity cannot be allowed to return unless they have been cleared by a medical professional.
- Cal. Welfare and Institutions Code § 4354; 4354.5; 4355; 4356; 4357; 4357.1; 4358.5; 4359; 14132.992 (2009 AB-398): The State Department of Mental Health is exempt from administering services for those with TBI and shifts this responsibility onto the Department of Rehabilitation. The Department of Rehabilitation will then become responsible for funding important services for adults suffering from TBI. This entity is also responsible for data collection, as well as monitoring and evaluating service providers.
- The defendant owed you a duty of care
- The defendant failed to comply with this duty of care
- The defendant's failure to comply with their duty of care was the significant factor that caused you to suffer a brain injury
- Past and Future Medical Expenses
- Emotional Distress
- Loss of Past and Future Income
- Pain and Suffering
- Loss of Enjoyment of Life
- Lost Wages
- Property Loss
- Medical Bills
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